Lake Ray Roberts
Lake Ray Roberts is a 30,000 acre reservoir. It offers two state parks (Isle du Bois and Johnson Branch), six satellite parks (Jordan Unit, Pond Creek, Pecan Creek, Buck Creek, Sanger, and Elm Fork), Wildlife Management Areas, wetlands, waterfowl sanctuaries and the 20 mile Ray Roberts Lake/Lake Lewisville Greenbelt Corridor. Birdwatching, water sports, riding horses or backpacking along a scenic trail, Ray Roberts has something for everyone.
The lake tends to attract fisherman with some recreational boaters, mostly around the southern section of the lake.
The lakeside communities we service include Pilot Point, Sanger, Tioga, Mountain Springs and Valley View.
Surrounded by 9,000 protected acres of nature, Lewisville Lake spans 23,280 acres and has 233 miles of shoreline. With an average depth of 25 feet, Lewisville Lake is large enough for all kinds of water sports and still leaves room for some of the biggest fish this side of Moby Dick. (Well, this is Texas after all.) Catch the big one in the morning, then take a walk on our wild side and explore miles of scenic trails all around Lewisville Lake.
Lewisville Lake is a Corps of Engineers reservoir that is immensely popular for water sports and outdoor recreation in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The City of Lewisville manages Lake Park on the south shore of the lake: picnic area, RV and tent camping, pavilion, 24-hour fishing barge, swimming beach and excellent public facilities. Marinas, boat rentals, launch ramps and angler’s supplies are also available. Fishing on Lewisville Lake includes large-mouth bass, crappie, catfish, white bass and spectacular hybrid white/striped bass. Swimming, water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, sail boarding, camping, biking and picnicking are all part of what makes Lewisville Lake so much fun.
The lakeside communities in our market area include Oak Point and Cross Roads, which border the lake on the northeast side.
This 89,000 acre lake on the Red River is shared by Texas and Oklahoma. It is widely recognized as a top fishing lake, and is one of the most popular recreation destinations in the Southwest. Lake Texoma was built by the Corps of Engineers in the 1940’s, and was stocked with black bass and crappie along with the native white bass in the Red and Washita Rivers.
The lake area includes two wildlife refuges, two state parks, fifty four U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-managed parks, twenty-six resorts, hundreds of campgrounds and a variety of excellent golf courses. Power boating, power sailing, personal watercraft, water skiers and wind surfers all consider the lake an excellent place to have fun. Lake Texoma has become a huge sailing center based on the lake’s size, depth and miles of sailing shoreline.
Although Lake Texoma attracts people from all over the Metroplex, the communities we service include Whitesboro.